I had this blog since March 2015 and only this year, I’ve updated it to fit in my theme. Now, when I first made this blog, I wanted it to be a writing blog, and post other writers’ books (through blog tours, fun interviews, book cover reveals, ETC), and follow other writers blogs. Well, as you can see, it is, but slowly and not as much now. I want to be very unique in some ways on this blog.
Now, here’s the thing, I almost left this blog completely between 2020 and 2021. I almost deleted this blog, so I can forget about its existence, but I didn’t delete it, because just by reading my posts and my close friends old comments was enough to keep this blog going. Even though I don’t post as much as I had in mind.
I hope the readers would understand what I’m saying on this blog as I’m not good at explaining things very well online.
I’m very self conscious about myself when it comes to blogging on here. My posts are often look very short for someone in her 20s, so I feel like I’m not good enough when I want to post something, but leave in drafts to sit for awhile before trying again.
Sure, there could be someone older than me, younger than me, or even close to my age on here and thinking about how someone’s blog could be something.
I’m not good at explaining things on here and it worries me. How do I know if my messages are clear?
I gave my characters a world of my Dreams, that I couldn’t have, and this took me YEARS to learn to accept it.
I gave my characters a eating place and a play place, that I wanted and couldn’t have, but I was fine with it.
I even gave my characters something special that I desperately wanted when I was a teenager, and yes that I couldn’t have, but I was fine with it later.
I even gave my characters a friendship that lasts forever, and which it’s what I didn’t have (Yes, I had friends, but none of them last very long).
It may sound like I’m complaining and not loving my living life, but it’s not that. Writing helps me, I guess cope, when it comes to creating. I may never have what I wanted and dreamed of, but that’s ok. Even though it took me years and with denial-stubbornness to get where I’m at today.
You can give your characters anything. Give your characters anything they want, depending which characters you choose in a way, and let your imagination go wild.
2. It’s your ideas. You do what you want with them. You write what makes you happy, and of course maybe certain readers, but don’t let those judgements and doubts stop you for writing what you like writing.
I love writing and I’ll always love writing. I know I’m getting better at it each time I make a new attempt to write something new with my characters.
Everyday, I’m finding new ways to write a unique story whether it comes from Story Dreams (the ones I have in my sleeping dream realms), or from daydreams, or from certain movies/shows scenes and come up with something original from that certain scenes inspirations, or from looking through certain types of photos, or from my shower, or my swingat night.
Yes, this writer is still a NIGHT OWL when it comes to writing. I also love my characters. Even though I still have my little Evil Writer sides.
For me, it’s coming along well and slowly. As much as I hate how it changes overtime, though I’m learning to accept it how it changes. Yes, having a lot of different types of Story Dreams (as I call it) helps lot, including some Marvel Dreams (Yes, I know, I’m a little weird, but in a good way.)
I also found other ways to having writing inspiration. Even ORGAN MUSIC (Pipe Organs, Reed Pump Organs, and Older Electric Organs) help me with writing just by listening to them on YouTube.
I love all my characters and writing ideas so much, but sometimes, I have to have a little bit of my EVIL WRITERS DEEDS MOMENTS.
I’m also back to making writing and OCS memes-gifs on Tumblr. Plus I also have my storyboard on Pinterest.
#1: What’s the first fandom you remember becoming a part of? “Night At The Museum” (1 and 2, since the 3rd one came later). Which that was around 2009 or 2010. Yes, I was hyped up and I used to watch them ALL THE TIME.
#2: What’s the newest fandom you’ve come to enjoy? This is so hard. I fell in love with Marvel in 2012, and fell in love with “The Lord Of The Rings” / “The Hobbits” in 2020. But I think I’ll enjoy the Loki series (2021).
#3: What’s a fandom guaranteed to give you feels? I have no idea yet.
#4: What’s a guilty pleasure fandom of yours? *yells out the window* DOES ANYONE KNOW WHAT “GUILTY PLEASURES” MEAN!
#5: What’s the weirdest fandom you’ve heard of/are a part of? I have no idea.
#6: Favorite popular/widely-known fandom? Disney.
#7: Favorite bookish fandom? *hides in the closet* Don’t judge me please! “Nancy Drew” series, “The Hardy Boys” series, “Trixie Belden” series, “The Boxcar Children” series, and others.
#8: What do you consider your ‘homebase’, a fandom you can always come back to? UGH! This is so hard!
#9: What’s a fandom you know all about… but aren’t actually into? “Iron Man” movies and “Captain America” movies. I guess they’re fine, but I’m really not into those type of movies. Sorry.
#10: Which fandom has the best characters? *Puts the microphone speakers on full blast, ignoring the terrible feedback nosies and yells like The Asgardians in the Thor movies* MARVEL!
#11: Name your all-time favorite ship. THANE (Thor Odinson and Jane Foster).
#12: What’s a fandom you’re curious about joining? I’m not sure.
I’ll like to thank my Grandma for getting me hooked on this series back in 2016, and for giving me the books from online and as gifts.
Now then, I love all the characters in the series, the plot twisting plots in every cliffhanging chapters, and everything about the entire series! When I was first given the books, starting from reading “Devil’s Food Cake” (and I didn’t know it was Book 3 until later) and I couldn’t put the book down until I was done reading it! Which was until 4AM! Which it was WORTH IT! Even the cookbook was so amazing, so anyone could bake with the main character! I hope to find more books like this series!
So I got this book on March 17th 2021 on a bookstore clearance sale, so I bought it and read it. I love this unique mystery book, the casts of characters, the plot, and everything about it. I felt like I was in the story itself and with the characters during this unique mystery. The chapters are like a cliffhanger, leaving the readers hanging there until the whole book is done.
It reminded me of other mystery/suspense authors like Josi S Kilpack (She’s the Author of: “The Culinary Mystery” series), Traci Hunter Abramson (She’s also a mystery author), Clare M Poulson (He’s a mystery author), and others.